In the September Meeting we discussed about the Greenhand Leadership Conference which took place at the Paso Robles Fair Grounds on September 14th. We also announced our G.O.A.T. of the month which was Sam Baralogio. We informed everyone about the upcoming Ice Cream Social and Greenhand week. We informed the chapter about all the events coming up in the year.
Templeton came in with the big guns this year at the sectional level. Our five freshmen did insanely well at the speaking and informational contest with three of our members in the top 5, whom of which are all moving on to regionals in march. Abbey Bradey placed 2nd, Katy Simonin placing 4th, and Alic Aurignac placing 5th! Riley Mann will also be moving on to region!
Our own Templeton FFA members competed in a section wide speaking competition and did amazing. Our chapter President, Clarissa Ballo, won first place in the Job Interview competition. Jacob Madden received second place in the Extemporaneous public speaking competition. Brent Hill placed third in the Prepared competition. Eric Cooper earned fourth place in the Impromptu competition. Fantastic job to everyone who represented Templeton FFA and good luck to these four people who will be moving on to Regionals on March 24!
Recently the Templeton Parliamentary Procedure teams visited Modesto Junior College to compete with different teams across the state of California. These teams did great and they are making Templeton FFA proud! Keep up the great work Parli Pro!
Calling all Templeton FFA Members! Remember tonight is the December Meeting at 6:30pm in the MPR at THS. Join us for an Ugly Sweater Contest and Gingerbread House Contest!
Templeton FFA took seven freshman members to the sectional creed competition at Paso Robles HighSchool on Tuesday November 15th. The contest consists of memorizing the five paragraphs of the creed and answering three questions in relation to the creed. The following members represented our organization with the highest quality: Dean Hill, Ashely Hurdle, Josh Raminha, Korah Lipsit, Shelbi Scantlin, JoEllen Wall and Jessica Welcher. In a tough competition Ashely Hurdle placed 2nd high individual and Dean Hill placed 5th high individual. Both will move on to compete at the Regional Competition in February.